Welcome to sunny downtown Williams Lake on May 25 & 26, 2019 for our 25th Annual Spring Roundup. Our event starts at noon on Saturday at the Tourist Discovery Center with pre- registration and the Lakers Poker Run. A great chance to win cash prizes as well as having a blast doing it. What could be better than that? This event is free to enter for anyone who is pre -registered for Sunday's show. Your start time is flexible as long as you are back by 3:30 to prepare for the Cruise at 4;30.
Everyone is invited to join us for dinner at the Ramada Convention Center at 6:30. Advance tickets are $30 each and are available from any club member. (click on CONTACT US for phone numbers)
We have a big day planned for downtown on Sunday. Third Avenue North will be the place to be. There you will be able to view some of the best and most interesting vehicles from the Cariboo and beyond. Whether you are a participant or a spectator we invite you to bring the family and help us celebrate our 25th year of hosting this event. We have classes for cars, trucks, motorcycles, and even stationary engines. If you have a unusual,interesting or even unfinished vehicle we would like to showcase it with you. Bring it down.
Come and enjoy a famous hot dog from Ronnie's establishment as well as door prizes,raffles, T-shirts and a silent auction.
Make sure to stop by our Silent Auction table this weekend during our Spring Roundup. Put your bids on some of the wonderful gifts generously donated by Williams Lake businesses. Help support our club and bid on some great items like gift certificates of all sorts. Some of these include free tow job, oil changes, tire chains, roof racks, parts washer, wood pellets , sand or gravel and much more. We also have lots of gift certificates and gift baskets for the ladies. Hope to see you there.
L. to R. Joe Schellenberg, Sam Schellenberg, Bruce Schellenberg.and Liam Lauren (not Schellenberg)
Liam Lauren presents a cheque to Susan Erlandson for Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
Club member Wayne Potter and his wife Jackie attended the
Cataline Elementry School's Intergeneraional Dinner. The dinner celebrates the program that teacher Steve Dickens runs in partnership with the Williams Lake Seniors Village. The students spend seven weeks of the school year at the Village immersing themselves in their education, relationship building and service. The Lakers Car Club proudly donated $500 towards the program's scholarship fund.
Students (from left) Angus Cobb, Jayden Fradsham, Justin Ethier, and Adrian Potter pose with Wayne Potter.
In Dec 2018 we donated $2000 which was raised by raffling a full size wooden car built by Chris Knight, seen here handing the cheque to Tamara Robinson of the SA.